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June 27, 2007

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Mike Boland

Very interesting Erick, and relevant to the personalized home page strategy (or lack thereof) of online newspapers. I've been looking at this a lot lately and your post sheds new light on the opportunity for newspapers to gain/regain share of readers that are flocking online. Anyway, check out the post you inspired on my blog;
http://blog.kelseygroup.com/index.php/2007/06/28/newspapers-and-home-pages-getting-personal/

Paul Sweeney

Looks like a very interesting development and a nice comparison with the facebook approach. Wondering if the overall approach to personalisation and social matching will be affected by the "granularity" issue (i.e. of search x subs x attention etc.)

mark

ClutterMe is a start-up that's entering the same market. Customizable startpages.

mark

ClutterMe is a start-up that's entering the same market. Customizable startpages.

mark

ClutterMe is a start-up that's entering the same market. Customizable startpages.

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